Union City was quite the Hot Spot this morning, plenty of action disrupting my morning coffee time. CSXT GEVO 703 headed up one of the many trains passing through with it's string of COFCs and is ... (more)
Q371 approaching the Wheeling and Lake Erie connection at CP 47 on the CSX Greenwich Sub
There is just enough snow to make the colors pop as this eastbound stacker heads towards Selkirk having just crossed the trestle in the background over Rte 20.
Three C&O standards come together at once: coal, grain, and center sidings. While Q310 does their work at Vauces, a loaded coal train rolls down main one, and an empty grain train creeps up main t... (more)
DPUs on coal trains do allow you to shoot them pretty much during any day light hours. Of course, they'll all be GEVOs. This is a spot I've wanted to shoot for a while, but it's hard to catch trai... (more)
CSXT 703 leads T411 east past ZK cabin north of Chillicothe, Ohio. The old cantilever signal is on borrowed time.
A rooster crows initiating the start of another day. The sun creeps towards the horizon to gently greet the motorists as they head to work . Meanwhile, CSXT 703 sleeps in while its train of corn i... (more)
Q241 makes quick work of Leipsic Junction on its southbound trek towards Kentucky.
Leaning into the curve at E.E. Coal River Siding, an Elk Run destined empty coal train makes the commute up the scenic Coal River Subdivision.
Y221 sits on the number 2 main as it waits for Q612 to get onto the A&WP Subdivision from the M&M before departing Montgomery to start its work.
The engineer gives a friendly wave as his single SD70MAC leads a loaded coal train into Cumberland. He's probably happy to be getting home just ahead of the advancing thunderstorm!
703 west rounds the elevated curve at Green Spring, VA
703 and 42 get back underway after recieving a green at Ford, KY
703 West creeps by G Cabin in Gordonsville
an empty hopper train of brand new TILX hopers rolls through Teman on her way back to Clifton Forge. The third car from the engines had been tagged.